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Cities are poised to reinvent public-private collaborations, but they need help

Cities: Public-private collaborations can drive valuable urban transformation

Public-private collaborations can drive valuable transformation in cities. Image: Alex Brisbey/Unsplash

Stephen Zoegall
Vice President & Global Market Director, Cities & Places, Jacobs
Constanza Movsichoff
Senior Manager, Public Services, Accenture
Lisa Hemphill
Consultant, Accenture
Sabrina Battilana Lopez
Consultant, Accenture
Lisa Chamberlain
Communication Lead, Urban Transformation, World Economic Forum
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